While Adobe is well known for putting out plugins that have backdoor issues, and that there are enormous number of PDFs that are read every day, many times entirely by accident when opening an email, FireFox did not give the Adobe Acrobat plug-in the red-flag of no confidence like FireFox did with Java.
The latest issue and fix to be released by Adobe:
My daughter is in her third year at "Alabama School of Fine Arts" for visual arts.
I asked her 'what is the most important practice that has helped her art?'
She responded, what helps her most is the weekly critique session done by the class.
I asked what are the rules for critique, she responded that there is just 1 rule, be respectful.
I awoke to my mobile ringing. Our support staff was having issues. (The beauty of the web is everybody around the world can use your application, the ugly part of the web is everybody is using your application 24x7.)
Pages are broken and things are not displaying.
I GTM(gotomeeting) with the support staff to see the issues first hand.
There is a much bigger issue here. During the 90’s, MSFT actually wrote software that failed if the Windows client was hooked up to a Novell network.
Neil McAllister makes it seems to like Java 7 is a death trap.
There are many that have a romantic view of NASA and the space shuttle.
Many don’t understand that the space shuttle was a costly mistake.